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Old 06-16-2013, 04:00 PM   #5581
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Hmmm? Am I supposed to glean that movies that feature Keanu Reeves have limited vocabulary? If so, this movie definitely did not qualify. It was quite good.
Katie missed Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure??? The most hilarious, pointless movie in history? Whoa, Dude!
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Old 06-16-2013, 04:05 PM   #5582
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Hmmm? Am I supposed to glean that movies that feature Keanu Reeves have limited vocabulary? If so, this movie definitely did not qualify. It was quite good.
They say "Whoa, dude!" a lot in the movie But there's more to it. It really is worth seeing. Especially if you like Queen.
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Old 06-16-2013, 04:07 PM   #5583
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DH and I saw part of Grease today. He's still in love with the 20-something Olivia Newton-John (don't tell him she's aged along with the rest of us). I still love the music.
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Old 06-16-2013, 06:14 PM   #5584
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Katie missed Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure??? The most hilarious, pointless movie in history? Whoa, Dude!
Don't forget Point Break, River's Edge, Parenthood... I'm sure there are others where Keanu is typecast in his usual burnout/surfer/valley type dude. He might even say it a few times in the Matrix movies
Maybe he even has it copyrighted!
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Old 06-16-2013, 06:35 PM   #5585
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Hmmm? Am I supposed to glean that movies that feature Keanu Reeves have limited vocabulary? If so, this movie definitely did not qualify. It was quite good.

When watching his movies we tend to cheer when he says "whoa" as a lot of his movies have it as some point. Kind of like a trademark of his.

We are watching Anna Karenina right now.

We also have Gangster Squad for later.
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Old 06-16-2013, 06:45 PM   #5586
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When watching his movies we tend to cheer when he says "whoa" as a lot of his movies have it as some point. Kind of like a trademark of his.

We are watching Anna Karenina right now.

We also have Gangster Squad for later.
Gangster Squad was great!!!
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Katie missed Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure??? The most hilarious, pointless movie in history? Whoa, Dude!
Heard of the "Bill and Ted" thing but never have seen it. I must live in a bubble.

As things go, I'm not much of a movie person, which might account for not seeing a lot of what I see folks posting in this thread.

As a matter of fact, we've been moved to watch some of the movies reviewed here because neither Glenn nor I have seen so many of them.
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Old 06-16-2013, 10:27 PM   #5588
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Heard of the "Bill and Ted" thing but never have seen it. I must live in a bubble.

As things go, I'm not much of a movie person, which might account for not seeing a lot of what I see folks posting in this thread.

As a matter of fact, we've been moved to watch some of the movies reviewed here because neither Glenn nor I have seen so many of them.
Honest Katie, you only missed a lot of nonsense...it's definitely a movie geared more towards kids in their teens and maybe 20's. It's really not necessary for you to see everything out there.
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Gangster Squad was great!!!

Twas a lot of fun.
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We watched two DVDs over the weekend '' Paranormal #4'' Same old story, starting to get a boring. The second was ''Mama'' By Guillermo Del Toro [Pans Labyrinth]. Starring Jessica Chastain. A horror Film with a good story and special effects, sort of creepy but worth the watch. mysterychef
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